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Welcome to the 2019 High AIMS Summer Institute! 

High AIMS is a consortium of 30 public school districts in southwest Ohio. Fairfield City Schools will serve as this year’s host to 2,000+ educators for our 6th annual Summer Institute. We will offer two nationally acclaimed keynote speakers and 250 breakout sessions as teachers and administrators immerse themselves in dynamic and inspiring professional learning.

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                                          August 1-2, 2019                                                                                            Held at Fairfield High School
                                          8:30 am - 4:00 pm                                                                                           8800 Holden Blvd.
                                                                                                                                                                   Fairfield, OH 45014


Keynotes:        August 1 - Hall Davidson
                         August 2 - Ron Clark



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Sarah Schroeder

University of Cincinnati
Assistant Professor, Field Service
Cincinnati, Ohio Area
Sarah serves as a k-12 consultant for school districts and an elearning coach for the School of Education at the University of Cincinnati. She coordinates e-learning improvement initiatives for the undergraduate Teacher Education program and undergraduate educational technology courses. She creates and delivers dynamic professional development related to online and blended learning, and teaches instructional design, Universal Design for Learning, and educational technology courses. Sarah is passionate about helping learners do more vs. know more through removing barriers to learning and building dynamic learning environments.

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